Setup for Internet public can access the iSeries 170

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AS/400 IP address
IBM iSeries
LAN
V4R5
I have a iSeries 170 running V4R5. It is on a LAN that has Internet access provided by a IP provider. I need to know what is needed so the Internet public can access the iSeries 170 and it HTTP servers that are running. I have run: wrkhdwrsc *cmn System: S105004M Type options, press Enter. 5=Work with configuration descriptions 7=Display resource detail Opt Resource Type Status Text CMB01 675A Operational Combined function IOP LIN01 2720 Operational Comm Adapter CMN01 2720 Operational V.24 Port LIN02 2745 Operational Comm Adapter CMN02 2745 Operational Comm Port CMN03 2745 Operational Comm Port LIN03 2838 Operational LAN Adapter CMN04 2838 Operational Ethernet Port I ran: vrycfg cfgobj(E1) cfgtype(*lin) status(*on) Line E1 already varied on. wrkcfgsts cfgtype(*lin) cfgd(E1) Type choices, press Enter. Route destination . . . . . . . > '192.168.1.170' Subnet mask . . . . . . . . . . > '255.255.255.0' Type of service . . . . . . . . *NORMAL *MINDELAY, *MAXTHRPUT... Next hop . . . . . . . . . . . . > '192.168.1.170' Preferred binding interface . . *NONE Maximum transmission unit . . . *IFC 576-16388, *IFC Route metric . . . . . . . . . . 1 1-16 Route redistribution . . . . . . *NO *NO, *YES Duplicate route priority . . . . 5 1-10 The servers start OK but can't get to http://192.168.1.170:2001 or ping it. can you tell me what I need to do to allow access over LAN and from Internet? James James R. Martin J. Martin Associates 5185 Tara Ln., Bossier City, LA 71111 - 7810 Phone: (318) 752-4109 Cell Phone: ( 318) 773-9484 Personal e-mail: jmartin@jmartinassociates.net Web Site: http://www.jmartinassociates.net

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  • TomLiotta
    Hi, James. The V4R5 part might be a little tricky. I don't know how easy it'll be to work that far back (and I realize how recent "that far back" is). How do you interact with this system? Twin-ax terminal/console? Do you have any TCP/IP connection in the local network? (I'd guess that you do because it looks like you copy/pasted from an emulator session, but you might even be using a twin-ax card!) A local ethernet connection would bring Operations Navigator into use, and that might help answer some questions. When you paste into this editor, you'll want to include CR/LFs from the copied item. As you can see in your question above, those aren't present on terminal screens; so lines tend to run together. Also, consecutive spaces are automatically condensed into single spaces; so column spacing isn't preserved. It looks like you copy/pasted from a Add TCP/IP Route (ADDTCPRTE) command, or maybe Display TCP/IP Route, later in your question. Are you needing to get TCP/IP configured properly? Or are you only looking at adding a new IP address and route just to enable your external access? Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    Sheesh... I didn't finish... To help preserve spacing and line breaks, use the {code} button above the entry boxes here. Paste the text, then select what you pasted and click {code}. It should come out looking more like this:
    Type choices, press Enter.                                               
                                                                             
    Route destination  . . . . . . . > 192.168.1.170                         
    Subnet mask  . . . . . . . . . . > 255.255.255.0                         
    Type of service  . . . . . . . .   *NORMAL       *MINDELAY, *MAXTHRPUT...
    Next hop . . . . . . . . . . . . > ' '                                   
    Preferred binding interface  . .   *NONE                                 
    Maximum transmission unit  . . .   *IFC          576-16388, *IFC         
    Route metric . . . . . . . . . .   1             1-16                    
    Route redistribution . . . . . .   *NO           *NO, *YES               
    Duplicate route priority . . . .   5             1-10
    Much easier to read when it comes out the other end. Tom
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